Researchers implicate the posterior superior temporal sulcus in our ability to process social interactions efficiently.
According to a new study, the things we see with our peripheral vision may sometimes be an optical illusion.
A new study in eLife provides new insights into how complex neural processes in the brains of dragonflies allows them to predict, peruse and catch prey. The findings could prove useful in developing new innovative robot vision systems.
Study evaluates whether problems in facial processing and recognition in Alzheimer's disease are a result of memory impairment or visual processing deficits.
A new PNAS study reveals the communication between brain areas that specialize in language is supported by the rhythmic synchronization of brain cells. Researchers found different rhythms reflect different directions of information flow.
Researchers take inspiration from the developing brain to create improved computer algorithms.